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next week for the ellis-o'farrell garage and to terminate that lease as again the sfmta thinks it is not needed. that they can handle it themselves and save money. so for those reasons, we say that this is a policy matter for the board. >> mr. rose, just to clarify from what you just said recently, from my understanding there are a number of garages that are under mta's jurisdiction. a number of them had a non-profit sort of intermediary in the past and the reason for that and the reason why the city entered into that sort of structure was because the city wasn't able to bond orboro money to be able to make improvements to the garages in past? >> that is exactly right. >> obvious the bonds were paid off, there were provisions, i think in some of the contracts that indicated once the bonds are completely paid off or paid in a pre-payment situation, that those organizations would dissolve. but there was in at least item no. 2 sort of an amendment to that clause. does that sound right? >> i don't recall, supervisor, the exact language in the agreements as to whether or not t
and finance committee. my name is supervisor mark farrell and i'm joined by john avalos and eric mar. mr.clerk any announcements? >> please turn off electronic devices. copies of any documents to be included must be submitted to the clerk. >> thanks mr. clerk. call item number one. >> resolution authorizing emergency of management performance fiscal year 2012 in the amount of $289,613 from the united states department of homeland security through the california emergency management agency for the building and sustaining capabilities. >> now we have amy to come and speak about it. >> good morning chairman farrell members of the committee. the item before you is expense approximately $290,000. it's a general grant for disaster preparation, mitigation, response and recovery here in san francisco. this grant requires $290,000 match. it's equal amount and it's an amount we already budgeted in the current fiscal year through emergency management include inclined services. most of the match comes from our department and part of the match also comes from meals on wheels the local nonprofit here
together as a team, and took turns making the big plays. whether it supervisor mar, or supervisor farrell addressing looming costs, supervisor breed getting the jobs that young adults need, supervisor kim making sure all kids graduate, supervisor yee making sure that small businesses succeed, supervisor campos fighting for wage breaks; supervisor avalos delivering a local hiring. by the end of the season if we are going to help each other succeed we are all going to win. now the time when the public has been worried about fiscal cliffs in washington and the dysfunctionality in sacramento, the city of st. francis has seen the finest moments when we come together, universal care, living wages, as goes san francisco, so goes california. as goes california, so goes the nation. cities rise and fall, supervisors come and oh. colleagues, i am honored to work with each and every one of you, our time together to build a city that the last. let's get to work. ladies and gentlemen. we are adjourned. (applause) >> what's up san franciscans? we are very much in the the giving of the year. pe
. that is the 31 bus line. and people are advocating to remove the hyde and farrell at 38 -- -- which is the 38 geary line. i also want to mention the housing authority is not doing its due diligence when it comes to medical expenses. people that have -- can use that deduction are not getting it and their rent is higher because of it, which obviously has ripple effect. people are paying more rent that are low-income. i also, which was in the packet that obviously you are not going to get, which i will put up on the screen. multiple ways of doing this. can we have the screen? the 101 hyde post office is going to be removed, which is general delivery. they are going to be putting housing there. they are going to be putting housing there. the 101 hyde is the main post office site, where we have general delivery. those are people who don't have a mailbox go there to get their mail. so if you are on ga or whatever, that is where you go to get your mail if you don't have an actual physical address, if you are homeless. it has 4,000 box holders. if their mail is being stolen, this is again where
built out. >>> yes, we have a farrell rapid build out schedule for that very reason we would start the program obviously with 100% bought power and then, quickly, roll out local resources to hedge that and so you would have within a couple of years a significant hedge on your wholesale price of power and by your four-year, five, year six, you are over 50% mitt gated and whatever happens in the market whether it goes up or down it is hit the c c a customer less than it would hit the p g and e kir or the direct access customer who have a more direct exposurethat commodity price. >> and then the residents you bring along after the commercial customers are enrolled. >> well in general because year face one is currently focused on the residential class we are recommending that the residential customers be added quickly in phase two along with the commercial customers to balance the load between day time and night time load is highly advisable in terms of lowering the costs of service and improving the load shape of the aggregation and so yes, we believe that commercial customers sho
: present >> supervisor cohen: present >> supervisor farrell: present >> supervisor kim: present >> supervisor mar: present all members are present. >> chairman: could you please join us in the pledge of allegiance. we pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america, and to the republic for which it stands. indivisible, one nation, under god, with liberty and justice for all. >> going to the next agenda item, are there any communications? >> the first is a communication from the director of the department of elections or to certifying the official election of the order supervisors. districts 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11. and have been declared elected to that office. supervisor: mar, chiu, breed, campos, avalos. the second communication is a communication from the controller renewing the certification of the bond for the newly elected in the elected members of the board of supervisors. >> we will now proceed to the oath of office. >> i would like to welcome and introduce the honorable cynthia ming-mei lee, presiding judge, supuerior court of california. who will administ
and workforce development to come and talk about item number five. >> good morning chair farrell, committee member, supervisor avalos and supervisor mar. on november 20, 2013. the board of supervisors unanimously approved resolution to establish base to be known as moscone expansion district. it was resolution 416-12. in this resolution a public meeting on the proposed establishment of the district and collection of assessment was set for january 23, 2013 at the budget and finance committee. no action will be taken at this meeting on proposed settlement district. testimony can be heard and as members of the public are here to testify. in december a ballot for the special election on the proposed moscone expansion district together with a joint notice of the january 23rd public meeting were mailed to all businesses registered as hotels registered in san francisco. additional testimony on the formation of the moscone expansion district will be taken at the public hearing on february 5th at 3:00 p.m. at a meeting of the full board of supervisors. at the close of the public testimony on februar
and his economic team, as well as the city attorney's office. president chiu, supervisor farrell and supervisor avalos. i would like to give a brief overviewhoun it changes things fort taxpayer and how the office of treasurer/tax collector interacted with the public. the ordinance was passed on november 6th. and it does not apply to the 2013 or prior tax years. and just for your information, tax year is january 1 through december 31. and that affects our payroll expense tax, as well as the new grot gross receipts tax. we will be collecting register fees that affect the '13-14 fiscal year. so if gets collected in advance. payroll expense taxes are over a calendar year and they are filed in arrears, although we do make -- we ask that the taxpayers make quarterly payments. so the changes to the gross receipts tax and payroll expense tax that war mandated by the proposition commenced january 1 2014 and the first filing that is affected will be business registration fees are collected on may 31, 2014 and the tax filesing thereafter will be impacted and we'll be providing informat
is illogical. >> reporter: peter farrell is considering moving his medical company out of california. while this tax consultant has multiple clients, studying a similar move. >> as soon as prop 30 happened i saw just a huge change in the mind set. it was almost as if, you know, well, that's the, that pushes it to the limit i guess. >> they're fed up with the situation and they feel that, like they're being unfairly treated. >> reporter: these charts show you why. the top 5% of california taxpayers, those over 250,000, pay 62% of state income taxes. the top 2%? pay 46%. while just 34,000 taxpayers out of 14 million, pay 25% of state taxes. these guys aren't dumb. they're studying how to get out legally. two i spoke that that moved, they're saving $300,000 a year in state and property taxes. mickelson would be 6 million. top states, wyoming, washington, nevada. all zero taxes. arizona half as much. lori: wow! what a sad state of affairs. melissa: the weather is only worth so much the people are saying. the beach, i can live without it. forget the mcmansion. it is all about the micro apartment
in kind of the worst strange behavior. >> brian: is it like a reality show? >> it's made by peter farrell, who made movies in a similar vein in the past and he says he's making this movie -- let's go to the full screen -- for kids and for people in their 50s who are still smoking dope. so this is an r rated movie, but he's saying we want kids, teen-agers and we want basically burnt out pot smokers this their 50s. that's a great target audience for this movie. >> brian: look at this cast. hally barey, kate winslet, richard gere, uma thurman, jason sedakis. who's who of hollywood? >> jared butler threatening to cut off johnny knoxville's private parts. harry barry blowing out a blind boy's birthday candles. a mother and father who are oppressive home schoolers. and there is some sexual connotations between the father and the son allegedly and the father is hitting on the kid's girlfriend. it's pretty disturbing stuff. and so we say, okay. hollywood, you have nothing to do with the attitudes and the culture in this country at all. when people go nuts and start doing bad things, you say well,
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